Category Archives: Truck Accidents

The Law Office of Craven, Hoover and Blazek Can Help Truck Accident Victims in Indiana

If you or someone you love is a recent victim of a trucking accident in Indiana, it is important to learn your rights to being properly compensated for your resulting damages and losses. Financial obligations like hospital bills, medical expenses, … Continue reading

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Helpful Legal Information for Knee Injury Victims in Indiana

Knee injuries are serious medical matters as is, but when they occur as a result of another’s negligence, they can also turn into serious legal matters. If you are a victim of a recent negligent knee injury, you may be … Continue reading

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FAQS About Commercial Truck Accident Claims

If you or someone you love has suffered serious injuries as a result of a recent commercial trucking accident, it is important to begin educating yourself on your rights to compensation. Immediately contact a licensed Indiana truck accident attorney to … Continue reading

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State Regulations for Truck Drivers Regarding Drugs and Alcohol

The trucking industry must follow several federal and state protocols and procedures, including licensing, equipment regulations, loading regulations, safety regulations, and much more. Not only do these rules and codes of practice have to be obeyed by all U.S. truckers, … Continue reading

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